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"CLINICAL ARCHIVES IS ABOUT EXPANDING THE DEFINITION OF MUSIC"
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by This Co.
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This Co. Is a Chilean band that combines Post-Punk and New Wave into a hybrid between rock and electronic. Thanks to its particular sound and meticulously designed stage show it creates an intense experience. The band was formed initially under the name Macanudo as a duel of guitars and electronic bases by Jorge Christie and Nicolás Rebolledo (Chileno Medio). With the incorporation of Carlos Vergara (Federación de Boxeo, Crack) on the bass, the band began to call themselves This Co. and to...
Topics: dark disco, new wave, post-punk
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by gillicuddy
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"the yaouhl! mashups" is the fourth release by German multi-instrumentalist gillicuddy, alias Andi Rohden. It's about beauty, surprises, humour, distraction and nervousness. *** Contact: http://www.gillicuddy.net http://www.myspace.com/gillicuddy http://www.last.fm/artist/gillicuddy http://www.facebook.com/pages/gillicuddy/388890755432
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Topics: indie, rock, folk, post-rock, lo-fi, psychedelic, ambient, drone, experimental
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"Silence. A melody supported by the breaks That is the way 1 feei Aspudden. Free dancing aspen leaves. They twist at the endless whistling rhythms of blackbirds, A little town with trees, attached to the city by a bridge and the subway. The underground spits you at Aspudden Centrum, and right there, the Cafe de las Flores receives you with a cappuccino full of cinnamon. Few steps beyond, the"ICA nara" supermarket, the DVD and toy stores. At the corner of Hagerstenvagen (IVIain...
Topics: udu, percussion, electronic, world, sound-art, other
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All tracks composed, played* & recorded by Humberto Luis Schenone. Recorded at 'Living Records Studios' Buenos Aires - Argentina *Instruments played: udus(several kinds), wooden frog, kalimbas, berimbau, tamborim, congas, frame drum, marimba, seeds, electronic instruments, etc. Humberto Luis Schenone was born in Buenos Aires on September 6th 1955. Since his childhood had some school trouble for his pleasure of beating over anything, making 'candombe-batucada'. Graduated as psychologist in...
Topics: udu drums, percussion, afro-percussion, fusion, other
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by Bosques de mi Mente
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Topics: minimalism, piano, electronica, IDM, contemporary classical, ambient, experimental
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by Red Cosmos
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Based in York (UK), Red Cosmos is the solo project of Kim Tortoise. Kim was previously a member of The Gods Themselves with Art Moran. They made two super-limited cassettes of novelty tunes and five-minute fade-outs. The very first Red Cosmos track (The Chicken Song) consisted of looped samples of Kim Tortoise Junior and friends talking about chickens, backed by a playful electronic beat. This set the mould for most of Kim’s early output. However, the track Son of Morris, a cut-and-paste...
Topics: psychedelic, indie, dream-pop, electronic, choraldelia, post-pop, pop
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by Skala Collective
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Sleepy Dancing, Skala Collective’s second album, this time with participation of a vocalist and in slightly different stylistics than ever before. Sound and style of the band, well-known from the previous album, have been transformed through more pop type filters which make new compositions more melodic and definitely less harsh than the previous ones. However space rock areas and rhythmic kraut massage are still easy to hear in that music. Gee’s vocals and lyrics have lent a sensual...
Topic: post-pop
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by Not From This World
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Millky way proposes a re-reading of a recording by Pink Floyd. It'­s in no way a question of covers, more like an echo, a reverie. We analysed scientifically each track from the album "More" and made an attempt to translate them poetically in NFTW language. The reflect is sometimes very close, same instrumentation and structure, often more vague, mood or recall of certain elements, sometimes pretty far away, a common conceptual point, expressed in our way. Is there any value in the...
Topics: experimental, psychedelic, folk
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by dmyra
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A mostly laid back type record. each song has one song of which the two are somehow related. Robert Demes II He contemplates sounds. Thanks to family especially Rebeca and Catriona. ----- Contact: dmyra [AT] robertdemes.net http://www.metaforr.org Covers: "a postcard from Molly Brent" captured by: lynn gracie's mom
Topics: folk, rock, mysticism, alternative, generative, other
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Less common love songs, messages from the afterworld, philosophical permeutations, liberal sprinkles of goddess magic thruout, etc. Robert Demes II Costa Rica resident 7yrs. where i contemplate the sound of sound. Thanks to family, especially Rebeca and Catriona, for love, support, and inspiration. Contact: dmyra [AT] robertdemes [dot] net http://www.metaforr.org *** Artwork: Cover: orange&blueTRINITY by tempest[LeRamz] Reverse: Friendship by Baboon Disc: Kitch by Baboon
Topics: prog pop, post folk, progressive, country, folk, alternative, rock
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by rodototoed
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Rodolfo Gutiérrez - drums Toto Merino - bass Edwin Monney - guitar, kaossilator Released 12 September 2010. Recorded live on august and september of 2010. ----- Contact: http://www.aldaer.com http://www.myspace.com/aldaer
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Topics: avant-garde, experimental, free improvisation, rock, progressive, space-rock, psychedelic
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by Sakee Sed
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SAKEE SED gruppo nato come DE SEEKAS Le lettere si invertono, come in uno specchio. Parole senza senso? Forse. Sakee Sed sono Marco Ghezzi e Gianluca Perucchini, due ragazzi bergamaschi classe 1984 e 1986, cresciuti alle basi della Roncola (monte bergamasco). "Alle basi della Roncola" proprio il titolo del loro album d'esordio, particolare, colorito e tetro allo stesso tempo, compatto e multi sfaccettato, semplice e complesso. Il disco nasce dalle melodie magiche di Howard, pianoforte...
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Topics: vintage, indie-rock, psychedelic, post-rock, other
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by Snorkel Quintet
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A cut of one dominical session recorded at La Karraca in April 2010, Barcelona. Snorkel Quintet is a band devoted to the free improv music. Musicians: Martín de Litto: keyboard, percussion, prepared guitar. Gabriel Millan: tambourine, keyboard. Carlos Edelmiro: tape, laptop, kalimba, bass. Diego Caicedo: guitar, percussions. Oscar Durán: drum, percussion. _____ Contact: http://www.myspace.com/snorkelquintet
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Topics: free improv, texture, avant-garde, abstract, rock
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Another rock based record from the era. Robert Demes II Costa Rica .. where i contemplate the sound of sound. Thanks to family, especially Rebeca and Catriona. --- Contact: http://www.metaforr.org info [AT] metaforr [dot] org Cover: Joseph Robertson - Eye Candy [set] Reverse: Jean - `/: Disc: James Traceur - Silent Chord
Topics: weird, rock, folk, acoustic, acoustic guitar, alternative
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by Girilal Baars
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Old folk songs have no need to be reinvented. They have no needs at all. But like our memories of the dead, we must resurrect them from time to time, because they cause us pleasure, dread or pain. The central theme of Litanies in Zero Kelvin is death, the final entropy state. Death has never held any intrinsic meaning to me. But there are bound to be some spiritual mysteries involved in any attempted rapprochement. The songs I use in Litanies are not strictly speaking sacred, though their...
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Topics: folk-electronics, improvisation, electronic, theremin, voice, other
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by Stefano Roncarolo
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"Dry Land" is a solo album by Stefano Roncarolo. Thank to Sandro Marinoni on flute and Francesco Perugini for his poetry and intuitions with his voice. Stefano Roncarolo: bass, 6 strings fretless bass, double bass, percussions Sandro Marinoni: flute, keyboards Francesco Perugini: voice, guitar *** Contact: http://www.frames-music.com http://www.myspace.com/theframesmusic
Topics: intuitive improvisation, voice, experimental, other
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by Roman Stolyar & Ilia Belorukov
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Roman Stolyar - piano, recorders, melodica Ilia Belorukov - alto & baritone saxophones Skirmantas Sasnauskas - trombone Arkadij Gotesmanas - drums Live at St. Catherine's Church, Vilnius, December 12, 2008. Mastered by Ilia Belorukov, December 2009. Improvising music is probably the best example of kind of art where both individuality and collectivity can be expressed in one single piece. In this album, however, one can find how differently musicians act regarding of circumstances they play...
Topics: free improv, jazz
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by S.A.D.O. (Società Anonima Decostruzionismi Organici)
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Reissue free download Special Edition "La Differanza" was released in 2000 as the second SADO's record. This is the 10th anniversary edition, specially remixed for free download. An early work of SADO but still very representative of the band. Based on Jacques Derrida's "Difference" notion. Jacques Derrida begins the essay "Différance" (perhaps the most systematic articulation of the non-concept that, according to Derrida, he "has been able to utilize"...
Topics: jazz, experimental, other
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by Joxfield ProjeX & Guests
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Has Joxfield ProjeX become a Big Band with all these guests? And is this The White Album of Joxfield ProjeX? The answer is No on both questions. When we were about to start our new recording sessions in 2007 we had decided we wanted to bring our music into territories where we had never been before. To do so we wanted to involve other people and asked around amongst artists we liked and respected and to whom we could direct a mission - contribute to our music in an open-minded and creative way....
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Topics: progressive, psychedelic, experimental, alternative, space rock, improvisation, kraut-rock,...
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by Hindi + Riis
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As avid listeners surely has noted, exercises in improvised sound has, to an increasing extent, begun to bridge the gap between restrained tone clusters and the underworlds of grit and abrasion. But what is the nature of this 'noise' being adapted? If what we are dealing with truly is a case of adaptation, this might prove problematic, implicating the displacement of sound into new contexts rather than a profound familiarity with the matter at hand. While such strategies have rendered...
Topics: electroacoustic, improvisation, experimental
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by Magical Unicellular Music
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Magical Unicellular Music is a project of the Solntsetsvety artistic group, functional in a number of cities of the Eastern Europe. Several different lineups playing this kind of music exist, and they can be distinguished from one another by respective adopted approaches to realization of the commonly accepted method and by sequence numbers (V.O.M. 4, V.O.M. 5, V.O.M.6, etc.) "Aurora" album was recorded in Moscow by the V.O.M.4 fraction. Absolutely static solid-rock music glowing with...
Topics: post-rock, psychedelic rock, drone, magical unicellular music, solntsetsvety
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by Graham Dunning + Noise Research
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Ocean Epicure is their first collaboration recorded in Grahams Studio in Manchester, November 2009. Ian Simpson: electronics, circuit bent toys, chimera boxes, glitch box Graham Dunning: electronics, found sounds, altered records, objects Noise Research is the Alter Ego of sound artists / musician Ian Simpson. Ian Simpson has worked in experimental music for many years and has material released on Electronic Musik, Casual Seizures, Bivouac, A.M.P recs, Knife in the Toaster and EMP. He works...
Topics: noise, sound-art, music concrete, electronic, experimental, other
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by This Co.
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This Co. presents "More", their second album. After years of silent work, This Co. comes back at the end of April with More, their second independent album. As the title suggests, this is a more dense, elaborated and mature album than the previous one. This is definitely More This Co. Loaded with that dark atmosphere introduced on their debut, More dives deeper on those layers of punk, new wave and electronics that define the sound of This Co., but without giving up their intention to...
Topics: electronica, dark disco, new wave rave
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by Various
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The Synthi Group returns for part three of their EMS analog music series. Unlike the first two releases, this edition was recorded with a specific theme in mind and with parameters of limitation. The artists appearing on volume three were asked to create ambient soundscapes using EMS equipment ONLY. No other musical gear was used in the creation of this compilation. Sit back, plug in some headphones and be enveloped by the atmospheric aurality that these fine instruments offer under conduction...
Topics: ambient, soundscape, experimental, electronic, space music, live electronics, psychedelic, glitch,...
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by Sakee Sed
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A year after their previous musical effort, "A Piedi Nubi", Sakee Sed are back with a band new Ep bizarrely titled "Ceci N'Est Pas Un EP". Mostly defined by the sound of three instruments: piano, guitar and drums, it contains 6 tracks recorded straight to tape at TunnelWood Studio, between January and March 2013, except for the track "Boccaleone" which was recorded in September 2012. "Ceci N'Est Pas Un EP" was released in free download on the Appropolipo...
Topics: psycho, crooner, rock
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by Ancient Lasers
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All Songs and Lyrics Written by Daniel Finfer. Additional songwriting by Daniel Anderson.   Published by Post Human Era and Darmok and Jalad at Tanagra. Recorded at Champion Street Studios In Bellingham, Wa; North Anita Studios in Los Angeles, Ca; Daniel’s Cabin on Orcas Island, Wa; Daniel's Bedroom in Bellingham, Wa; and Imhof Farm in Ferndale, Wa Produced by Daniel Anderson and Daniel Finfer. Mixed and Engineered by Paul Turpin. Mastered by Mike Wells in Hollywood, CA. Lead vocals,...
Topics: electro-pop, electronica, alternative
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by Children Of Ishizuke Tree
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"Chameleon Starship" is the second release of magick lo-fi duo from Belarus. In comparison with the first record, "Entering The Ocean" (2009), "Chameleon Starship" is a light, airy and accessible to understand. The sound of guitars organically supplemented by magical poetry of Marina Bartosh and has become more sophisticated and diverse. Children Of Ishizuke Tree - the guitar duo from Minsk, Belarus, consists of Alexander Haletski and Marina Bartosh. Formed in...
Topics: magic lo-fi, dronegaze, dream pop, ambient, voice
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by Vassily K.
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"In an old man's footsteps" is a set of free improvised pieces, performed on acoustic guitar by Vassily K., a Russian musician from Moscow. It is partly a result of his encounters with Swedish free improv artists like Anders Lindsjö and Halster. “По следам старика” - несколько свободно импровизированных произведений для акустической гитары, исполненных московским...
Topics: free improvisation, acoustic guitar
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by Sandro Marinoni & Stefano Roncarolo
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Colors is a release by Frames, an experimental collective from Italy started in 2007 by Stefano Roncarolo and Sandro Marinoni. Stefano Roncarolo: bass, noises Sandro Marinoni: tenor sax, trombone, keyboards, fx *** Contact: http://www.frames-music.com http://www.myspace.com/theframesmusic
Topics: jazz, improv, experimental
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by Miro
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Дебютный альбом Миро! Miro - совместный проект Андрея Поповского (куратора питерской Галереи Экспериментального Звука) и Михаила Кулешина (ударника группы Ртуть). Андрей играет на электрогитаре со множеством примочек, а также использует объекты, Михаил - на ударных...
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Topics: free improv, free jazz, jazz, electroacoustic, ambient
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by Bosques de mi Mente
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Topics: minimalism, piano, ambient, silence, contemporary classical
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by Knyaz Mishkin
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Topics: intuitive improvisation, free jazz, spoken words, other
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by Gepel
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The many roads of teachers, colleagues and friends converge in this record. Where each one of them blessed it with their music. Eight tracks, thirteen musicians and a many hours of work let us confirm our identity through this unique production. Showing our singular approach of latinamerican music. Leandro Casas – Piano, Arrangements, Composition and Background voice (8) Agustín Strizzi – Drums, Arrangements, Composition, Chico, Repique and Piano drums (3 y 8), Bombo Legüero (4), Udú...
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Topics: latin, jazz, acoustic, other
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Playing songs from all 3 of his studio albums, Thom Carter takes the stage with his guitar and harmonica in the guise of his folk alter-ego, Menhirs of Er Grah. Recorded live at the St Leonardâs Festival, 17th July 2010. All songs written and performed by Thom Carter. Distributed by Clinical Archives. For studio albums by Menhirs of Er Grah, please visit menhirsofergrah.bandcamp.com ----- Contact: Menhirs of Er Grah: http://www.myspace.com/ergrah Thom Carter: http://www.thomcarter.co.uk
Topics: acoustic, folk, live, rock
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by Yoko Absorbing
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Yoko Absorbing Band: Evgenij V. Kharitonov (Moscow) - music, guitars, bass, piano, keyboards, percussion, programming, sounds Mikhail Lezin (Togliatti) - music, guitars, bass, keyboards, Synth "Rhythm 2", percussion, programming, sounds Feat. another musicians: Konstantin Guro - sax, drums Alexey Karmanov - rhythm guitar Recorded: 2009 Togliatti - Moscow All tracks by Evgenij V. Kharitonov & Mikhail Lezin, 2009 (c) Artworks by Mikhail Lezin, 2009 2009(c) Evgenij V. Kharitonov...
Topics: experimental, noise, electronic, psychedelic, free jazz, avant-garde, sound-art, other
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by Buben vs. Rinus van Alebeek
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Rinus van Alebeek - tape recordings, sound manipulations http://zeromoon.com/rinus/ http://rinusvanalebeek.wordpress.com/ Vladislav Buben - keyboards, programming http://www.buben-info.narod.ru http://www.isound.com/buben http://www.myspace.com/48704278 *** Special thanks to Anton Mobin
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Topics: tape recordings, sound manipulation, electronic, experimental, other
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by EugeneKha
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Recorded and mastering at White Art Studio, Moscow, November 2008 - November 2009 EugeneKha: music and arrangement, keyboards, piano, acoustic and electric guitars, percussion, programming, samples. Featuring: Konstantin Guro: strings, flute, clarinet Alexey Malyshev: piano, acoustic guitar All music by Evgenij V. Kharitonov (EugeneKha/Yoko Absorbing/Microbit Project): 2008-2009 Artwork by Anna Kharitonova, 2009 EugeneKha info: EVGENIJ V. KHARITONOV (EugeneKha, Microbit Project, Yoko Absorbing,...
Topics: ambient, ethno, fusion, downtempo, pop-art, electronica, other
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by melting clouds
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melting clouds is a post-rock, psychedelic, experimental, meditative band from Kyiv. Created in Spring of 2009 it's still looking for its own means of expression in sound and musical approach. Their music is comprised of considerably modified guitar sound added to distinctive atmospheric electronic background with the support of live drums and percussion. The musicians often abandon the riffic sound in favor of creation of sonic atmosphere to create a mood and their music becomes slightly...
Topics: post-rock, psychedelic, experimental, live electronics, meditative
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by ddaA (Antonis Anissegos / Oliver Steidle)
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ddaA started in 2008 in Berlin out of need for hardcore music. Antonis Anissegos and Oliver Steidle know each other from various free jazz formations, but when they play as a duo they leave beside their musical past and explore their own way beyond styles and conventions. After many intensive sessions they recorded these tracks in december 2009. Antonis Anissegos is a greek composer/pianist, living in Berlin and involved in many projects in the field of new music, contemporary jazz, improvised...
Topics: noise, power electronics, hardcore, improv, industrial
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by Sandro Marinoni & Stefano Roncarlo
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This is a new project by Frames, titled "Too Late For Ice Cream?". Frames are Sandro Marinoni, tenor sax player, and Stefano Roncarolo, bass player. "Too Late For Ice Cream?" is the result of a recording session with Sandro Marinoni, Stefano Roncarolo and Vittorio Gallione on guitar and guitar synth. Sandro Marinoni: tenor sax, fx Stefano Roncarolo: bass, fx Vittorio Gallione: guitar and guitar synth *** Contact: http://www.frames-music.com...
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Topics: free jazz, improv, experimental
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by ZAUS / .E.
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After establishing their Austro-Italian connection in the Summer of 2009, Eve LaCroix (aka .E.) and Norbert Bieber (aka ZAUS) commenced working on another release for the Clinical Archives netlabel. The album features 2 original compositions of each artist and the mutually re-modeled versions of these tracks. Focussing on the synthesis between interaction and individual aesthetic expression, "Mutilatus Mutuus" contains a vast and complex array of richly textured sounds and rhythms,...
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Topics: electronic, psychedelic, experimental, electroacoustic, other
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by Pharmakustik
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The EP "Formantprothetik" by Pharmakustik offers five new intracranial bullets of formantshifting, voiceprocessings and intermodulated malformations. The surgical approaches and techniques inside the teratoma regions led to a new acoustic result of clinico-topographical correlation. Pilocytic neurosurgical storms of decompressed dynamics. A different version of "Formantprothetik" is included on the new limited Pharmakustik-vinyl-LP "Neurochemie" (released in July...
Topics: experimental, electronic, other
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by Joe Frawley
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Personal mythologies, somnambulant improvisations. Joe Frawley, piano and sound collage Credits: I wrote the music, or improvised the music, and played the piano. I also chose the found sounds and did the electronic processing and arrangements. Rachel breathed, spoke and sang. Greg provided certain sounds in the bass register. Some voices are those of narrator "Secrets", who reads for Librivox.org. "Descension Day" features double bass bowed harmonics played by Houston Guy,...
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Topics: experimental, dark ambient, instrumental, sound collage, piano solo
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by Rosebruit / Franck Smith
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The 6 tracks of "Lemon juice & chloroform" contain the original soundtrack of the eponymous audiovisual work by Rosebruit + unreleased audio material recorded for the film — collapsing alternative drum/bass patterns, free funk-jazz, glitchy-psychedelism, distorted horns, noise/electronic, abstract break-beats… No external sound sources were used in these recordings. "Let us assume that there is a substantial difference between lemon juice and chloroform. That was to be...
Topics: soundtrack, electronic, noise, experimental, free funk-jazz, distorted horns, glitchy-psychedelism,...
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by Trio Argentino de Bajos
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Hector Pegullo: Bajo de 6 cuerdas, Vocal Ricardo Basaldua: Bajo de 4 cuerdas Pablo Federico: Bajo de 4 vuerdas Edición: Hector Pegullo Mezcla y mastering: Dario Federico Compocisión y arreglos: Trio Argentino de Bajos Producción artistica: Trio Argentino de Bajos Arte de tapa: Hector Pegullo y Trio Argentino de Bajos Grabado entre Abril y julio del 2010 --- Contact: http://www.hispasonicos.com/trioargentinodebajos http://www.myspace.com/eltrioargentinodebajos trioargentinodebajos@yahoo.com.ar
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Topics: fusion, free jazz, other
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by Edgeist
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Assembly EP is composed of 5 rhythmic noise tracks. Assembly is some dark & rusty electronics beats with low tech attitude for industrial themes. Edgeist is an industrial / noise solo project started on late 2005 in Lyon (France). Assembly is my fifth release. My musical main concept is the creation of harsh metallic soundscapes under the rhythmic flux of noises. I can define my music as rhythmic & ambiant noise. Low-tech attitude, grinded beats and corroded electronic sounds. -----...
Topics: rhythmic noise, industrial, power noise, noise, dark electronic, low-tech
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The Sybarites is one of the projects by transcontinental art group Soltsetsvety famous for their psychedelic performances and sound experiments. The duo - Sterechuvak 'Stereodude' (Unceasing and Incomprehensible) and Monochuvak 'Monodude' (Ruthless and Non-Reciprocal) - are the creators of a reality ruled by the laws of indeterminism and fancifulness. The Sybarites music is built upon truly subjective perception based on their deeply personal reminiscences and cultural recollections. "A...
Topics: audio drama, experimental, psychedelic, other
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by Yuriy Yaremchuk & Ilia Belorukov
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First meeting of two saxophonists. Yuriy Yaremchuk - tenor saxophone Ilia Belorukov - alto saxophone Recorded at BM Sudio on 31 may 2009. Mixed by Yuriy Yaremchuk at 3yar Studio. Mastered by Ilia Belorukov. Yuriy Yaremchuk is both a composer and an instrumentalist; he plays tenor-sax, soprano-sax, clarinet, percussion, piano; he is a master of voice performance as well. He is working in different genres (free jazz, contemporary music, improvised music), contemporary technique of sax play...
Topics: free improv, jazz
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by Edoheart & Gbera
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This song is a reworking of the Ukrainian Carol of the Bells, also known as Shchedryk. It is a New Year's blessing. From wikipedia: "Shchedryk (from the Ukrainian word shchedryi; "bountiful") is a Ukrainian shchedrivka, or New Year's carol. It was arranged by composer and school teacher Mykola Leontovych in 1916, and tells a story of a swallow flying into a household to sing of wealth that will come with the following spring. Shchedryk was originally sung on the night of January...
Topics: experimental, contemporary classical, shchedryk, vocal, bells, ukraine, carol of the bells
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by Bartois
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Bartois (Bart Knol) always had a deep love for the Piano, since he first heard Eric Satie and Philip Glass when he was young. After many years of composing all kinds of music, the time had come to create his first solo piano-album. The goal of the album was creating a record which you can "trust". Something which can be played on quiet evenings or sunday mornings, knowing that it will be a comfortable ride until the last track has passed. ----- Contact:...
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Topics: classical, piano, soundtrack
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by Impulsantwort + Pharmakustik
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IMPULSANTWORT + PHARMAKUSTIK are back with a new album of subclinical epileptiform structures, electronically engineered during intense nocturnal sessions at the hermetic Bunker-studio. NEPCHYL consists of five progressing movements involving a wide range of dark wave patterns and periodic impulses, embedded into paraneoplastic ambiences and abandoned pyogenic organisms. Potential voltage-impact of pulse-wave encephalopatia and cluster-forms of high amplitude-drones. Contact:...
Topics: experimental, electronic, ambient, other
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Joxfield ProjeX for dinner! Why not? “Smorgasbord” is a collection of oddities and rarities from the five years of Joxfield ProjeX existence 2005 until now. These are tunes recorded mostly between album sessions, out of context, standing on their own feet. Some of them are radical remixes/re-makes of something released/not released during this period. And believe it or not, you’ll find Kenji Siratori as a spoken word crooner… Enjoy the meal! Check the info sheet for adequate...
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Topics: orchestral, contemporary, noise, lounge, ambient, experimental, psychedelic, trance, spoken word,...
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by Sandro Marinoni, Stefano Roncarolo, Humberto Luis Schenone
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"The Rainmaker" is the result of a collaboration with Sandro Marinoni on flute, Stefano Roncarolo on bass and Humberto Luis Schenone on percussions. Sandro Marinoni: flute, trombone Stefano Roncarolo: bass, fx Humberto Luis Schenone: percussions *** Contact: http://www.frames-music.com http://www.myspace.com/theframesmusic http://www.sandromarinoni.com http://www.myspace.com/humbertoluisschenone
Topics: jazz, free improvisation, experimental, other
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These 41 studies are part of the preparatory works realized during the conception/composition of "Théorème de point fixe" - a discographic publication by Franck Smith influenced by algebric topology and scientific concepts on abstract spaces, around the ''fixed point theorems'' of Solomon Lefschetz, Bonislaw Knaster and Alfred Tarski... "Studies on fixed point theorems" documents the genesis of the official cd release and contains only inedit sound material not used on the...
Topic: electronic
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by Humberto Luis Schenone
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All tracks composed, played* & recorded by Humberto Luis Schenone. Recorded at 'Living Records Studios' Buenos Aires - Argentina *Instruments played : udus (several kinds), kalimbas, tamborim, congas, frame drum, marimba, seeds, electronic instruments, etc. Humberto Luis Schenone was born in Buenos Aires on September 6th 1955. Since his childhood had some school trouble for his pleasure of beating over anything, making 'candombe-batucada'. Graduated as psychologist in 1985, he dedicated...
Topics: udu, percussion, exotic, world, other
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by Edoheart
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This piece is based on Edoheart's poetry as Eseohe Arhebamen. It was conceived and recorded as a free-improvisation work at a studio in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York. The distortion comes from the two toy pianos that Edoheart plays simultaneously and her vocal humming. The underlying piano playing is inspired by Michael Scott's piano work, "Beneath The Lake". The cover art is a painting by Eseohe Arhebamen that has been inverted and converted from red to blue. Edoheart is a singer,...
Topics: voice, free improvisation
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Composer/sound artist : Antanas Jasenka Composition title: Black Box Music: tangophonia Date: 1994/1995 For microphone, mixer, delay system, radio, cassette player/recorder HITACHI, tape player/recorder ELFA, graphic equalizer, moog prodigy. All sound/music composed, arranged, recorded, mixed and mastered in private sound studio in Vilnius by A. Jasenka . Dedication for TANGO magazine. Editers: L. Vyliaudas & R. Kundrotas Contact: http://www.exerpm.tk http://www.myspace.com/exerpm ---...
Topics: electronic, tape music, other
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by Bosques de mi Mente
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Topics: minimalist, melancholic, piano, contemporary classical, other
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by Obitel Thelema
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Obitel Thelema - the solo project of Moscow musician Egor Yurkevich (7Раса, Duende, etc.) Обитель Телема - сольный проект московского музыканта Егора Юркевича (7Раса, Duende и пр.), образованный в 2008 году для преобразования в звук интровертных состояний автора. Настроение музыки разнообразно, характер композиций...
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Topics: experimental, electronic, other
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by Massimo Croce and tyynyliina
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"Eckhart von Hochheim O.P. (c. 1260-c. 1328) commonly known as Meister Eckhart, was a German theologian, philosopher and mystic, born near Gotha, in Thuringia. Meister is German for "Master", referring to the academic title Magister in theologia he obtained in Paris. Coming into prominence during the decadent Avignon Papacy and a time of increased tensions between the Franciscans and Eckhart's Dominican Order of Preacher Friars, he was brought up on charges later in life before...
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Topics: experimental, soundscape, voice, ambient, electronic
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by Alexei Rafiev, Alexei Borisov, Olga Nosova
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Alexei Rafiev, Alexei Borisov, Olga Nosova "Demon Onegin" Lyrics: Michael Lermontov, Alexandr Pushkin Alexei Rafiev - declamation, sound objects, concept Alexei Borisov - electronics, percussion, voice, sound-processing Olga Nosova - drums, electronics, voice, bass, effects + Adam Ebringer (Australia) - electronics Mattieu Werchowski (France) - violin + traditional music of China Pokrovsky bells Art-work - Georgy Petrov "Демоны обретают полную власть...
Topics: experimental, spoken words, electronics, voice, sound-art, other
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by Falco Subbuteo
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Recorded at Cherry Street, York, in March 2010, Pigged Rubble sees the duo agitating the history of interactions with respect to the ongoing apology for reprehensible deeds. Val Persona - violin Gwilly Edmondez - mash (tape/vinyl/samples) *** Contact: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Falco_Subbuteo/ http://www.myspace.com/falcosubbuteoduo gustavthomas@gmail.com
Topics: improv, sound-collage, avant-garde, electronic
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by Sabrina Siegel
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A Silent Forest is a response, "a warning and a prayer......... ", to the film "A Silent Forest" featuring David Suzuki which tells of the grave threats posed by genetically engineered trees to our environment and to human health. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O5rHZE9H7OA The cover art features Sabrina Siegel's "Nature's Recomposition #10, birds", created in a similar vein as her music, where she creates " situations where Nature/being may compromise my...
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Topics: free Improvisation, experimental, electric guitar, rocks, voice, pot, folk lute, other
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by Falco Subbuteo
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Recorded at Kakutopia, York, in March 2010. This album recounts, in choppy strains, the truth and speculation surrounding how Falco are doggedly followed by the narcotics trade, through no solicitation of their own. The cover features masks made specially for the duo by Jill Lorinson - Falco always wear these to play. Two further masks, originally made for Rhodri Davies and Adam Parkinson, are available for guests to don in solidarity when collaborating: most recent among such performers...
Topics: improv, sound-collage, avant-garde, electronic
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by Knyaz Mishkin
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Topics: intuition improvisation, free improvisation, live
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by Martins Rokis & Kaspars Groshevs
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Martins Rokis has created different music under several aliases. His current work is a blend of prepared generative strategies and laptop improvisation, exploring the possibilities of digital synthesis, sonic parameter control and transformation, using computer software. Kaspars Groshevs mainly works with the visual means of expression and has often flirted with the sound art in his installations, video works and performances. Both artists reside and work in Riga, Latvia where they have already...
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Topics: electronic, noise, experimental, improvisation
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by Xenoton
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Three ambient and floating tracks inspired by trips through the palatinate landscapes. Composed and created during the summer of 2010. These tracks reflect Xenoton's affection for both ambient and electronica music. Best enjoyed during a walk through your favorite landscapes. Matthias Reinwarth has been creating electronic music since the early 1980s. In the late 1990s first tracks were published using the moniker xenoton. He focuses on music in the electronica, elektro, experimental and...
Topics: ambient, electronica
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by Kontora Kooka
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Noise dancing and electronic literature performance. Music: Vladimir Elizarov Lyrics: Vladimir Elizarov Noise: Victor Gurov Thanks:  Oleg Sadovnikov, Danila Telegin Contact: kook21@yandex.ru http://vk.com/club4344664 https://soundcloud.com/kontorakooka http://kontora-kooka.kroogi.com -----
Topic: art-punk
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by Trio Antimanierista
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This is a new experience in the Trio Antimanierista work. Antonia Funes, David Diaz and Víctor Sequí recorded music in several layers of sound, but improvised results are intacts… Only two tracks composes an enigmatic question …clinical speakers can found answer. Recorded in Madrid, 2009. ----- Contact: http://www.myspace.com/trioantimanierista http://trioantim.blogspot.com
Topics: experimental, improv, other
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by Contact t.b.d.
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Jan Kees Helms is a sound and visual artist based in The Netherlands. In the eighties he made music with others like Viviane Marc from France, Peter Versteeg and Andrea Sturkenboom. He made music and recorded his experimental musical journeys and released them at Lor Teeps. The tapelabel Lor Teeps cooperated with lot of other musicians in The Netherlands, but also worldwide. Lor Teeps released the first tape in 1983 with punkmusic of L'Oraagje. In 1987 Lor Teeps was more into the experimental...
Topics: experimental, ambient, electroacoustic, sound-art, other
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by Max Sipowicz
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A view from the forest is a collection of short and longer improvisations. Using subtle rhythms and spare instrumentation I have aimed to create an interesting and peaceful sonic environment. The improvisations attempt to create a complex harmony utilizing as little musical expression as possible. Max Sipowicz manipulates sound. Blending layer upon layer upon layer upon layer of sound, he creates a musical environment which surrounds and captures the listener at the most intimate level. Often...
Topics: acoustic, acoustic guitar, experimental, ambient, improvisation
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"Improvisations For NoSyncopated Guitars" is the first solo album of the italian eclectic improviser Stefano Ferrian. Here he's with 9 abstract classical guitar solos and duet (with himself) improvisations. Not just the usual impro stuff but a deep introspection guided by the winters solitude. Produced by Stefano Ferrian @ Noize Studios on 19/20 December 2009 Stefano Ferrian / Classical Guitars Artwork Photos by Stefano Ferrian Stefano Ferrian plays guitars since the age of 9 studying...
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Topics: acoustic, abstract, improvisation, classical, other
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Complete recordings for piano written for the HIPNOTICA project, a jazz-fusion duo for guitar and piano that Jose Travieso founded with the guitarist José Luis Cabeza. The HIPNOTICA project was working for a few of sessions during Summer and Autumn of 2001. The final recordings for piano and guitar were never made, but this EP collects all the tracks for piano. Tracks #1, #3, #4, #5 and #7 were composed by José Luis Cabeza & José Travieso. Tracks #2 and #6 were written by José Travieso....
Topics: fusion, piano, minimalism, contemporary, experimental
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by The Rick Jensen Quartet
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Night Shelter was the last recording I made before leaving New Zealand, it was also the first (and so far only) studio recording by The Rick Jensen Ensemble. It was recorded in early 2006 at James Gilberd's Photospace Gallery by Blair Wootton with his portable studio set up. It is also the last recording of mine from New Zealand to have never been released before. The band at the time had never played as a quartet before, James had been playing drums for me for a year or two, Sam had been...
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Topics: jazz, improvisation, free jazz
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by Vassily K.
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Vassily K. - sound, acoustic guitar, bouzouki, electric guitar, voice 10, iPhone
 Maresuke Okamoto - contrabass 1, 3, 5, 7, 9
 Kristina Aspeqvist - tumpiano, kinganga, dondon 6
 Girilal Baars - voice 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 Adam Persson - prepared acoustic guitar, objects 4 
Peter Thoegersen - electronics, drums 8
 Victor Semashko - clarinet 2 Elisaveta Novikova - design
 Elena Andreeva - cover photo I recorded a bunch of guitar improvisations and sent them to these musicians, to their parts...
Topics: free improv, post improv, experimental, ambient
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